A few weeks ago, Google presented a demo of a new AI system called Duplex. Duplex is an extension of Google Assistant that has the ability to communicate eerily like a human being. Listening to the recordings, there were times I wasn’t quite sure which speaker was human and which was a computer. Of course, robotic […]
Taking on giant corporations isn’t easy. Established companies always have a few home turf advantages: years of experience, a well-trained workforce, and brand recognition, among other things. Imagine how daunting it must have been for companies like Sony and Fuji to take on photo giant Kodak. How tough was it for Google to carve out […]
The current notion of personalization is fairly shallow. Users can customize the kind of content they receive via Google Alerts and blog or website subscriptions, but not in the way an underlying infrastructure handles it. For comparison, this is like being able to choose your car’s color but not the make or model. For personalization […]
Mobile is about apps, not search. That could be a problem.
It’s about so much more than giving code away.
Will you make the leap?
Why Google’s Project Loon, Facebook’s Internet.org, Stellar and other projects are so important.
Harvard degrees matter less in tech today.
Tag Heuer has the perfect option for crazy rich people without iPhones.
Eric Schmidt laid it out a decade ago.
It sure doesn’t look like a Nexus 6.
It’s more than just paying for what you use.
But you’re going to need a Nexus 6 to get in.
Information overload—or the right notifications in the right place?
Android Wear watches will work without smartphones nearby soon
Search on Android, find relevant apps.
On April 21, many big companies are going to see their mobile search ranking plummet.
Google launches a new certification program and developer tools.
It might force U.S. carriers to stop gouging you.
And everyone else’s, too.